New Order, Bjork and Bon Iver are set to headline this year's Open'er festival in Poland.
The four-day event, which takes place at Kosakowo Airport in Gdynia in July, will also feature sets from The Kills, Public Enemy, Major Lazer, Justice and Franz Ferdinand.
The show will also feature a highly anticipated set from The xx, who have been little heard of since they finished touring their Mercury Music Prize-winning debut album more than a year ago.
The festival, sponsored by Heineken International, is now into its 11th year and attracts some of the biggest bands in the world playing across seven stages from July 4-7.
Last year's headliners include Coldplay, Pulp, Prince, The Strokes and MIA.
Tickets and more information about the 2012 event can be found here.
- Herald online